THE EMERGENCY FUND FOR PHYSICIANS – IT’S HUGE!

THE EMERGENCY FUND FOR PHYSICIANS – Post Pandemic

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NOW NOT SO “BORING”

Forget a 6 Month Reserve – Cash is More Vital Than Ever!

I was speaking at a medical conference recently and learned that this basic question is again generating much collegial speculation, of late.

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Previously considered so mundane – as to be dismissed by some haughty physicians – it has acquired increased urgency a decade after the PP-ACA, current stock-market run-up, and future political specter of M4A, etc. And so; perhaps it is not so “boring” after all!

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Assessment: Your thoughts and comments are appreciated.

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THANK YOU

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3 Responses

  1. Agree
    Traditional recommendations to keep three to six months of cash in an emergency fund may be insufficient. If you have the means, building an emergency fund that can last at least six to 12 months or MORE may be a prudent move. In the event of a future financial calamity, having up to a year or three of savings available to draw from could make life a lot less stressful for you.
    Craig

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